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Civil Engineering Jobs in Las Vegas, NV

Product Support Engineer

Apex Systems

Las Vegas, NV

Senior Engineering Technician (HVAC)

Honeywell

Boulder City, NV

Land Development Civil Engineer

Kimley-Horn

Las Vegas, NV

Civil Engineer

Kleinfelder

Las Vegas, NV

Associate Civil Engineer

WSP-USA

Las Vegas, NV

Associate Civil Engineer

WSP USA

Las Vegas, NV

Civil Engineer / Civil Designer III

The Johnson Group Inc.

Las Vegas, NV

Senior Civil Engineer

Sevan Multi-Site Solutions, Inc.

Las, NV

SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER

Clark County, Nevada

Clark County - Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Civil Engineering Jobs Overview

Civil engineering jobs touch everything we see and do. By lunchtime today, civil engineers made your life easier in several ways: They designed and managed the construction of the roads you drove to work and the office building you're sitting in. They made it easy for you to get clean drinking water for your coffee and devised an easy way to get across the river on your way home.

Civil engineers work on five areas of infrastructure that affect our lives: structures, water resources, transportation, construction, and geotechnics. Day-to-day, they create, build, supervise, operate, construct, and maintain projects in those areas. As structures and systems age, civil engineers conduct repairs and upgrades to keep life moving.

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About Working in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas—hearing the name of that iconic city conjures visions of glamorous casinos, big stage shows, and over-the-top hotels. But "what happens in Vegas" doesn't all take place on the Strip, a four-mile entertainment stretch that attracts millions of tourists each year. Outside the downtown district, you'll find quiet suburban neighborhoods and serene and scenic parks, including Zion, Death Valley, and Bryce Canyon National Parks. With below-average healthcare costs and future jobs in Las Vegas projected to grow at 39.02%, Las Vegas is a great place to live and work.

Another perk of Las Vegas jobs? There's no personal income tax in the entire state. And if you love sun, you can spend your days off enjoying the weather. Yearly, Las Vegas gets only five inches of rain, no snow, and 294 sunny days. You can also search for jobs in equally sunny, nearby North Las Vegas and Henderson, which was voted the second safest city in the U.S. by Forbes. Or you can look further outside the Las Vegas area in Carson City and Reno.

Update Your Las Vegas Civil Engineering Resume

Your resume should be your first project when you apply for a job. Give it the same level of attention you would to a work project: Plan the structure first, leave no room for errors, give precise details, and showcase a clean design. You can get more advice on how to list your accomplishments and previous projects from our engineering resume tips. For some tips on how to write your cover letter, read the following samples:

How Much Do Civil Engineering Jobs Pay in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in civil engineering jobs in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median civil engineer pay in Las Vegas is $77,103 per year, which is 3% lower than the national average.

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